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29th October 2013, 01:19 PM   |  #1  
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Hello Guys,I would like to ask that am i able to root the Nexus 7 3G With Android v4.3 JWR66Y Locked Bootloader?
I don't want to unlock the bootloader,only want to root.

Actually i want to restore app data from other device that was rooted,i tried Helium Carbon app,but can't restore it on unrooted device because its file were from rooted device.
Or is there any app that can backup app's data without root ?


Thanks.
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29th October 2013, 03:01 PM   |  #2  
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Hello Guys,I would like to ask that am i able to root the Nexus 7 3G With Android v4.3 JWR66Y Locked Bootloader?
I don't want to unlock the bootloader,only want to root.

Actually i want to restore app data from other device that was rooted,i tried Helium Carbon app,but can't restore it on unrooted device because its file were from rooted device.
Or is there any app that can backup app's data without root ?


Thanks.

Not possible with Jellybean 4.3, I'm afraid.

Hi, Ben Ling...

There used to be a way of rooting the Nexus 7 whilst running Jellybean 4.2.2, without unlocking the bootloader... called the motochopper 'exploit' . But sadly, that method now no longer works under Jellybean 4.3... something to do with the security enhancements of JB 4.3.

I know of no method of rooting the Nexus 7 (whilst running Jellybean 4.3), without unlocking the bootloader first... as rooting typically involves fastboot flashing a Custom Recovery (CWM or TWRP) first... and you can't run fastboot commands with a locked bootloader (other than fastboot oem unlock).

The app I use for backing up apps and user data is Titanium...which you're probably already aware of... and of course, it requires root. Although I've never tried other backup apps, I suspect that root is going to a be necessary prerequisite if you want to backup and restore apps and their associated data.

Sorry I couldn't suggest anything helpful.

Rgrds,
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30th October 2013, 06:37 AM   |  #3  
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Not possible with Jellybean 4.3, I'm afraid.

Hi, Ben Ling...

There used to be a way of rooting the Nexus 7 whilst running Jellybean 4.2.2, without unlocking the bootloader... called the motochopper 'exploit' . But sadly, that method now no longer works under Jellybean 4.3... something to do with the security enhancements of JB 4.3.

I know of no method of rooting the Nexus 7 (whilst running Jellybean 4.3), without unlocking the bootloader first... as rooting typically involves fastboot flashing a Custom Recovery (CWM or TWRP) first... and you can't run fastboot commands with a locked bootloader (other than fastboot oem unlock).

The app I use for backing up apps and user data is Titanium...which you're probably already aware of... and of course, it requires root. Although I've never tried other backup apps, I suspect that root is going to a be necessary prerequisite if you want to backup and restore apps and their associated data.

Sorry I couldn't suggest anything helpful.

Rgrds,
Ged.

Anyway,thanks.

And i found a solution to root my Nexus 7 without unlocking bootloader.
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Anyway,thanks.

And i found a solution to root my Nexus 7 without unlocking bootloader.

Which is???

I'll need the same solution. tnx
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Which is???

I'll need the same solution. tnx

i use vroot
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What is vroot?

http://www.mgyun.com/vroot
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Not possible with Jellybean 4.3, I'm afraid.

Hi, Ben Ling...

There used to be a way of rooting the Nexus 7 whilst running Jellybean 4.2.2, without unlocking the bootloader... called the motochopper 'exploit' . But sadly, that method now no longer works under Jellybean 4.3... something to do with the security enhancements of JB 4.3.

I know of no method of rooting the Nexus 7 (whilst running Jellybean 4.3), without unlocking the bootloader first... as rooting typically involves fastboot flashing a Custom Recovery (CWM or TWRP) first... and you can't run fastboot commands with a locked bootloader (other than fastboot oem unlock).

The app I use for backing up apps and user data is Titanium...which you're probably already aware of... and of course, it requires root. Although I've never tried other backup apps, I suspect that root is going to a be necessary prerequisite if you want to backup and restore apps and their associated data.

Sorry I couldn't suggest anything helpful.

Rgrds,
Ged.

Hi there,for now,is there any solution for this ?

And how about rooting on 4.4.2 KitKat without unlocking bootloader?

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